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Re: Tickets on github

by
Yannick Buron
- 05/11/2015 15:31:28
Thank you for your kind words, it's appreciated.

Yeah I kinda developed my own solution for moving data because I use the backups when I need to move/duplicate a container. This is my way to ensure backups are working correctly, I don't want them to be used only when there is a disaster. As much as possible I want to reused existing techno and not reinventing the wheel, but regarding the containers move if we use an existing techno it'll have to also be capable of handling the backups of Clouder (and not only the containers, it shall be able to also manage the database backups).

That said thank you for the suggestion, I don't know if Flocker meet my requirements, nor when it'll interesting to use it in Clouder.

Yannick Buron
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My blog : www.disruptingworld.me/

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Le 09/05/2015 15:40, Naran M a écrit :
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Thanks Yannick for your contribution and thought leadership in this area, building a solution in Odoo to deploy and managing the applications in cloud/docker platform “wow” tremendous effort. Most importantly having the heart to make it open source is commendable.


I would definitely involve and invest in this project and contribute from my end by deploying a developer/resource on this to take it to next level. Also, in my short experience with docker the inability to move the data across multiple containers is a hurdle and the current method of deploying through data only containers is not smooth (my perception). Having the the ability to store the data inside the container and move across multiple containers would make docker live up to it’s core objective . Searching more on this I found a project Flocker (https://clusterhq.com/) already released a beta version which runs on top of docker. The technology is promising and innovative and important to note that they are trying to achieve moving the containers to across infrastructures with state (data). Imaging the Clouder with click of a button a production server is deployed in different cloud provider infrastructure and all the data in real-time is synced —(cannot wait to see).

Cheers,
Naran 

On 9 May 2015, at 1:37 am, Yannick Buron <yannick.buron@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello everyone,

Just to let you know I created a lot of important tickets on github :
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/13
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/14
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/15
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/16
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/17

Thoses are all core features I planned long ago, but it was just impossible to do them alone before the first release of Clouder, so I'll need your help for them. Theses tickets will help you understand what are the next steps.

Please note that I'm now spending all my time promoting Clouder, so for new features (including those I created above) either some will contribute them or I'll find a business model to pay someone to develop them, but I'll not do them myself anymore. The only code I'm currently doing is debugging.

Also the most important now is to develop new applications. There is no development documentation today and I don't think I'll have time write it soon, so if you want to contribute with a new application you'll have to check the existing modules. You'll see it's not so complicating, the core Clouder module take care of most of the concepts, please check the clouder_template_odoo for reference which is one of the most complete module.

If it's too early for you but you still have suggestion for an application you want to see on Clouder, please don't hesitate to open a ticket for it, like theses two :
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/8
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/18

Same for an infrastructure. One of the key value of Clouder is the fact we are not simply deploying applications, we are deploying whole infrastructures with links between them to make them consistent. I want to know what are you use case, what you'd like to propose to your customers or friends, for example :
https://github.com/clouder-community/clouder/issues/18 (ERP and Ecommerce)
Full enterprise infrastructure (dropbox-like, GED, mail, PABX etc...)
Personal infra (dropbox-like, Cozy cloud, whatever)
Gamers infra (cloud gaming, mumble for vocal discussion)
Etc, etc, etc... share you ideas! Then I'll be able to use them to show the future of Clouder and bring more people in the community.

Thank you for your help and support.

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Yannick Buron
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